Reverse Osmosis is the reversal of the natural flow of osmosis. By applying pressure to the water solution of higher concentration (the incoming water), the flow of liquid is reversed. Under these conditions, the membrane still rejects the contaminants but allows the fresh, cleansed water to pass through. The purified water is then stored in a holding tank and the contaminants are flushed away. This process is typically used to remove sodium from the water, but will also remove dangerous items such as; arsenic, uranium, nitrates, lead and range of other potential contaminants giving you reverse osmosis drinking water.
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